Pennsylvania's gaming regulator announced this week that the state set a record for gaming revenue between July 1st 2020 to June 30th 2021, rising 44.4% from the year prior.
Key financial indicators for the year were:
Park Casino slot revenues came in at $373.4 million, while Wind Creek Bethlehem had slot revenues of $221.9 million. Rivers Casino had slot revenues of $196.1 million.
Parx also had the highest table game revenues, with $174.5 million. Wind Creek was second with $133.5 million. Rivers Casino in Philadelphia had $83.3 million, while the Pittsburgh branch had $61.6 million.
As a whole, the gaming revenues for the Keystone State were an all-time record, and will likely continue to grow as the online and sportsbetting verticals continue to mature in their own right.